Are you planning on taking your date to the movies with you? A kiss will add an extra special touch and make the experience more romantic. But how can you ensure that your first movie theater kiss goes as smoothly as possible?
The initial step in crafting the perfect speech is selecting the perfect movie. Select a film that will help you express your words with emotion and precision.
Pick the right movie.
When it comes to kissing in the movie theater, preparation is key. Selecting the perfect film is essential.
Selecting an inappropriate movie can make for a disjointed and uncomfortable atmosphere. To avoid this, opt for romantic films or lighter fare.
A great date night choice is watching a Disney movie like Aladdin. It’s romantic and funny, sure to put both of you in the mood for some kissing fun.
Another option is watching a horror movie, which may help build sexual chemistry with your date. Just be mindful that this type of movie may terrify them!
Find a private seat.
Budget and libido challenged, most major metropolitan areas offer a selection of tinseltown theaters. To get ahead of the competition, consider purchasing tickets in advance for shows during the day or week; getting your seat at the first show guarantees you the best seats throughout the rest of your evening. In addition to attending the main event, there’s always the chance to hit the jackpot at a late night bar or club.
Initiate the kiss.
The first kiss can be one of the most nerve-wracking moments in a relationship. Having to initiate it can feel like an overwhelming struggle, especially if you’re uncertain about your abilities to initiate contact with someone new.
Thankfully, there are ways to prepare yourself for your movie kiss: from understanding the story and emotional impact of the scene to practicing romantic gestures that will increase chemistry between you and your date.
For example, maintain eye contact and hold each other’s hands until you’re ready to lean in for a kiss. Also, try puckering your lips during the lead-up or gently opening your mouth to create an electric feeling between both of you.
Take kissing breaks.
One of the great things about kissing is that you can take breaks whenever desired. Whether it’s just to breathe, make eye contact, or move away from your partner, taking kissing breaks will make the experience more enjoyable for both of you.
While it’s perfectly normal for there to be some sound as you kiss, Janine Piernas, M.A., LMFT recommends keeping the smacking and popping to a minimum in order to reduce awkwardness and create a more enjoyable experience for both of you during your date.
To take a kissing break, let your partner know you’re feeling tired and would appreciate some downtime. This will give her time to decide whether she wants to continue making out or needs some downtime.
End on a good note.
Endings are essential elements of a screenplay; they can make or break your story. A poor ending may be the difference between success and failure for an otherwise excellent movie, while an effective one may help save your script from being trashed.
Your script should be concluded in a way that leaves your audience feeling satisfied and inspired. This means it should neatly summarize everything that has transpired so far and include an encouraging call-to-action.
Decide the ideal ending for your movie by considering how your hero’s needs and wants are shaping their actions. This could range from success, fame or money to a new job and improved relationships with people.